I'm trying to get your opinions about women, friendship, relating with, body, drama whatever.

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    Sep 13, 2009 2:00 AM GMT
    I've never been with a woman, Never kissed or held hands. But I'm curious to do it. What drives me away from women in general I think is the emotional drama, makeup and too bold fingernail polish( high maintenance). Plus I just think getting anywhere with them physically is an expectation of more and more of a commitment. And that has not always been the case with men.
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    Sep 13, 2009 2:45 AM GMT
    So... you became gay because it's easier?!

    wtf. icon_eek.gif

    EDIT:

    Oh. Misunderstood what you said. Are you bi? Or just bicurious? Approaching it from such... shallow angles isn't really gonna help you overcome that aversion easier either.

    If you do want to erm... 'try' it with a woman, I suggest you disclose who you are attracted to predominantly outright (e.g. "I'm gay, but I'd like to try it"). It's not fair to treat people as an 'experiment' on sexuality without their knowledge.

    It's not only women subject to drama and high maintenance-ness (yes, I made that word up), men do it too. Might not be on clothes or makeup or nail polish, but it's still there. The macho posturing and hesitance at admitting their real emotions ("Dude, I like, NEVER cry and I have sex every 3 hours. And Dude, I saw a kittun got squished and I laughed like RoFLcopTERZORZ. And Dude let's like, shoot everyone and be like Über!") and the obsession with 'big toys' (cars, guns, lazors, spaceships).

    Not dissing on any gender on this one. Just saying both of them are just as likely to commit the things you complain of about women. I have a lot of friends of both sexes (and I have four sisters and only one brother). If you've never even talked to a woman because of this prejudice, you're seriously missing out.

    Just please. Don't lead anyone around if you can help it. Male or female, nobody likes being an unwitting 'try'.
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    Sep 13, 2009 4:35 AM GMT
    hmm to go back to what Sedative ask.....i know a couple guys that have gone gay because they just didnt understood women. So it is possible to choose the lifestyle.
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    Sep 14, 2009 1:47 AM GMT
    Ok maybe it is easier to become Gay. I'm sure any intimate conversation I have with a woman would include my predisposition toward attraction to men. I didn't say I wouldn't do that.
    There are alot of steps to take just to make a trusting friendship. I just go back to my original post. And ask what kind of experiences have other guys like us had? Does it just make you confused or determined to stay Gay or what.